Fremont High School

Hope for South LA’s Underfunded

As a senior at Fremont High School in South Los Angeles, it’s increasingly alarming how underfunded schools like mine are. Unfortunately, it has been a problem for decades. From the overcrowded class sizes to empty nurse and counselor offices, students are left feeling cheated and abandoned.

Crenshaw Boys Basketball Works to Uphold Legacy

Playing Varsity for the Crenshaw Cougars boys basketball team (14-11 overall, 5-4 Coliseum League) is a new experience for several players. The team made up of almost entirely new talent with one returning player and a transfer student with Varsity experience. However, the Cougars developed a connection among each other, leading them to contend in the Coliseum League. “It’s a lot of young people this year,” said junior Christopher Kendrick. “Last year it was a lot of seniors, so we lost a lot of players.” Last year, Kendrick was on the All City First Team. During this season, he scored

Local Organizations Lend a ‘Philanthropic Hand’ to Needy for Christmas

The spirit of giving was out in full swing in and around Los Angeles, as various organizations came out last week and this week to help the underserved make Christmas happen for their families. Entities like A Place Called Home, The Boys and Girls Club and WorldStar Foundation lent philanthropic hands to people in need with special giveaways that included toys, food and clothing. Through Christmas giving, the organizations hope to make Los Angeles County residents aware of the other various services they provide throughout the rest of the year.